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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 20, 2006

    It was an Accident!

    I read the book Wrecked and it¿s about a girl named Anna who went to a party with her best friend Ellen, and got drunk and drove Ellen and herself home. Before the girls get home they crash and another driver hits them. It turns out to be Anna¿s brother¿s girlfriend Cameron. Cameron dies in the crash and the girls both live. After the accident, Anna and Ellen are taken to the hospital. Anna has a cut in her eye, and Ellen has a collapsed lung, three broken ribs, and a broken leg. Once out of the hospital, Anna finds out that Jack, Anna¿s brother, has been grieving over the loss of Cameron, and that Ellen is still in the hospital. Anna has no idea what to do next. To find out what happens next, you will have to read the book. Anna is the main character and she¿s old enough to drive, and is in high school. Anna is kind of shy, but is more social around her friends. Through the book she become more social with people but at the same tries to deal with the agony of killing someone. Ellen is the kind of girl who likes to party and get drunk, which is exactly what she does right up to the accident. During the accident she passes out, so she doesn¿t remember anything about the accident, unlike Anna. When Ellen finally gets out of the hospital, her ribs are still broken along with her leg. Anna has to wheel Ellen around in a wheel chair at school for months. I give this book two out of five dots. I thought this book would have a lot of action since it was about a car crash, but it turned out to be boring. Anna, the girl telling the story, went back and fourth with these flashbacks of her life. Also the beginning is the only good part of the book it gets the book started and makes you want to read on. After Anna gets out of the hospital, the book goes downhill with tons of boring flashbacks and about Anna going to a therapist. In all respect, I just didn¿t like the book at all. I just feel that the book didn¿t live up to my expectations. This book needs more pizzazz and action instead of talking about things that have nothing to do with the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2006

    Wrecked Gets in a Wreck!

    In Wrecked, by E.R. Frank, a girl named Anna gets in an accident ¿ a bad accident. And when I say bad accident, I mean she-kills-someone-and-injures-two people accident. It all started when Anna was drunk along with her friends. They were driving home. She killed her brother¿s girlfriend, who was In the opposite car. Anna is trying to get over the fact that she killed someone, but it¿s hard to deal with. She comes out of the wreck with nothing but a bruised eye, and deep regret. Anna also put one of her friends in the hospital, which Is fortunately not dead. Thankfully, soon after the wreck, the family takes a vacation to Florida for Thanksgiving Break. It helped Anna get some things off of her mind, or at least try. When Anna gets home, Anna and her mom decide to go to therapy, and she finds out she has post-traumatic stress disorder. Also, Anna becomes a girlfriend to a boy named Seth. Meanwhile, Anna¿s friend gets out of the hospital and ends up in a wheelchair temporarily. Unfortunately her mom decides to not stop continue unlike what she said she was going to. Anna decides to start driving again, and then Anna and her dad get in a fight because Anna let her boyfriend inside her bedroom. Later on, Jack, Anna, and Ellen get drunk at a Christmas party. What I liked about this book was it can relate to someone because it could be a true story. Anna got in the wreck, and many people get in wrecks each day so they can relate to Anna. Anna killed her friend in the wreck. Although that doesn¿t happen that often in real life this book gives reasons why drunk driving is a bad idea. The book had many flaws. The wreck wasn¿t fully explained and neither were a few other parts of the book such as the personality of the characters. Also, the book had many transitions and it could get very confusing for people who don¿t follow along with books very well. It goes from one part, to another, back to the first part, etc. Other parts were explained TOO much and then became boring quickly so I didn¿t really have the energy to want to finish the book. Also, there were many characters in the book which made it very confusing. If you¿re an advanced reader this is a good book for you, and is better for teenagers since younger children could get confused very easily. Also, if you enjoy reality-fiction books, this is the right kind of book to read for you.

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